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What is the difference between Toast 5 Titanium and Toast with Jam (besides the proce of course). Do I really need the higher priced software? -- -=[cwa]=- chris at cwaiken dot net...

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    Default Toast or Toast with Jam ?

    What is the difference between Toast 5 Titanium and Toast with Jam
    (besides the proce of course). Do I really need the higher priced
    software?

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    -=[cwa]=-
    chris at cwaiken dot net
    Christopher W Aiken Guest

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    Christopher W Aiken <chrisnospam.net> wrote in message news:<chris-8332C9.08480112072003news.fu-berlin.de>...
    > What is the difference between Toast 5 Titanium and Toast with Jam
    > (besides the proce of course). Do I really need the higher priced
    > software?
    Toast with Jam gives you everything that you get with Toast Titanium,
    plus Jam (software to arrange your tracks like a DJ) and Peak
    (software to edit your music like a musician).

    It's really for DJs and real music enthusiasts. If that's not you...
    then Toast Titanium might be just fine... it's a general purpose CD
    and DVD burning app.

    If you haven't bought either yet... you may want to wait... looks
    like Toast 6 is coming soon...
    [url]http://maccentral.macworld.com/news/2003/07/18/toast6/[/url]
    fingerman Guest

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    In article <92204de7.0307191242.548ead6bposting.google.com >,
    [email]afingermanhotmail.com[/email] (fingerman) wrote:
    > If you haven't bought either yet... you may want to wait... looks
    > like Toast 6 is coming soon...
    > [url]http://maccentral.macworld.com/news/2003/07/18/toast6/[/url]
    What they REALLY need to fix is Jam! All the Jam features need to be
    placed into Toast or Jam needs to become Toast-independent.
    Vincent Vega Guest

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    In article <vvega493-6D52E9.22184620072003news.bellatlantic.net>,
    Vincent Vega <vvega493verizon.net> wrote:
    >
    > What they REALLY need to fix is Jam! All the Jam features need to be
    > placed into Toast or Jam needs to become Toast-independent.
    Amen.
    Jam may have Red Book features never before seen with Toast,
    but it's comatose when compared to Digidesign's MasterListCD.
    Unfortunately Digi have dropped MLCD because the exercise of
    updating the code to OS-X would have been too major.

    We just had a major studio upgrade last xmas, G4MDDs,
    ProTools 6, digital desk and Toast'n'Jam, but for a quick & dirty
    hot-mix to stereo, trim the tracks and burn the CD, I have
    kept on one side a 7600/200 with the old AM2 card. It's faster
    and uses less disk space.
    Peter KERR Guest

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